Drive Revenue with Microsoft CRM's Fantasy Sales Team

Posted on: February 10, 2016 | By: Craig Thompson | Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Just because football season has come to a close, that doesn't mean you can't keep your fantasy team up and running! With Microsoft Dynamics CRM's new Fantasy Sales Team's team-based competition module, managers can now keep their sales teams on track and motivated in a whole new way! Sales incentive programs and contests have been leveraged in just about every sales organization, but rather than only reward the same top selling performers, CRM's Fantasy platform keeps everyone motivated and involved.


Users will “draft” teams within their organization to collaborate with their team members and compete with their chosen “sport”. Anyone can see the results, so participants are even more inspired to drive your company towards success. Games can last as short as one week or as long as one year, and because this platform is entirely team driven, sales people won’t lose motivation if they start to fall behind the usual leaders. Microsoft gives back real time feedback to support productivity. If something isn't working, team members will be able to make adjustments instantly to guide them to their goal. Here are some of the features that Microsoft CRM's Fantasy Sales Team offers:


  • Include everyone in the fantasy draft – Don't just limit the fun to your sales reps!
  • Assign point values to common tasks in and out of Microsoft Dynamics CRM
  • Create Prizes for multiple outcomes
  • Track results on interactive leaderboards all around the office – Celebratory firework video's included
  • Schedule automated emails with your team's results embedded
  • Produce performance data charts/graphs for the team or individual


Microsoft Dynamics CRM's Fantasy Sales Team has been proven to produce results when and where you need it. This system is great not only for current team members, but also for easing new sales reps into your day to day flow of operations. To read Microsoft's case study, click here. For more information on Microsoft CRM and how your company can benefit from this software, contact Logan Consulting your Chicago based Microsoft CRM partner for a consultation.

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